Call for Articles: Akropolis: Journal of Hellenic Studies

Deadline: 15 May 2019

Akropolis: Journal of Hellenic Studies now accepts submissions for volume 3 (2019). Please submit your manuscript by 15 May 2019.

Manuscripts should be submitted via the online submission system: http://helenskestudije.me/ojs/index.php/jhs/about/submissions

Please check carefully the Author submission guidelines, as well as our Ethics and Malpractice Statement. Authors are required to follow closely the citation format, and papers written by non-native English authors are required to have their manuscripts proofread by a native English speaker. The editors reserve the right to reject all manuscript that do not strictly adhere to above mentioned guidelines, even before the peer reviewed process.

Akropolis: Journal of Hellenic Studies is an international peer-reviewed, open access scholarly journal, devoted to the study of Hellenic culture and civilization from antiquity to the present, featuring high-quality research articles and book reviews in all areas of Hellenic studies: philosophy, religion, archaeology, history, law, politics, literature, philology, art. High quality contributions – regardless of tradition, school of thought or disciplinary background – are welcome. The editorial board equally values disciplinary and interdisciplinary studies. Book reviews are also welcome.

Call for articles: Akropolis: Journal of Hellenic Studies

Akropolis: Journal of Hellenic Studies is an international peer-reviewed, open access scholarly journal, devoted to the study of Hellenic culture and civilization from antiquity to the present, featuring high-quality research articles and book reviews in all areas of Hellenic studies: philosophy, religion, archaeology, history, law, politics, literature, philology, art.

High quality contributions – regardless of tradition, school of thought or disciplinary background – are welcome. The editorial board equally values disciplinary and interdisciplinary studies. The highest editorial standard is ensured by the international character and disciplinary expertise of the editorial board.

Akropolis is published annually by the Center for Hellenic Studies, based in Podgorica, Montenegro.

Papers in all fields of Hellenic studies and dealing with all periods of Greek culture and civilization, as well as comparative studies, are welcome. All submissions will go through a double-blind review process.

Please submit your paper through the online system, following the instructions.

Alternatively, please send your paper via email.